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Believe it or not, I chose to visit the Isle of Eigg because it reminded me of my hometown – Oakland, California. If you don’t know about Oakland, look it up. As one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the United States, and home to many LGBTQ+ families, […]
I didn’t bring much with me to the Isle of Eigg. I had packed a week’s worth of groceries, clothes, art supplies, and reading materials all inside one backpack, and not a very big backpack at that. I had only packed the essentials when it came to clothes, figuring I could wash a few items […]
Rain hammered down on the roof of the “Crackervan Caravan” for the entire morning of my second day on the Isle of Eigg. This was not the kind of rain where you might think, “Ack, it’s only a bit of water, I’ll go out any way.” This was the kind of rain where, if you […]
The “Crackervan Caravan” is what Ailidh had affectionately named her caravan on her AirBnB listing. The trailer was parked a short stroll, through the garden, away from her front door. We shared the fridge and the bathroom in her house, but apart from that, I had everything I needed in the caravan. I had a stove […]
I made a left turn on my way out of the Community Hall, as instructed, by one of the locals at the Eigg Makers’ Market. “Follow the path until you reach the tarmac,” he told me, and then repeated the directions that Laraine (from Eigg Adventures) had given me. After turning left, I immediately became […]
Hello! Big announcement! My Etsy Shop is open! This print, of a red squirrel with tufted ears holding a bouquet of tulips, is now available in my Etsy Shop. This is a handmade print (made by me!). Each one is unique and each one has minor imperfections. I am, after all, only human! I am […]
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